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  • Species: Biri

    Family: Succubus

    Type: Semiliquid

    Disposition: Lustful, Soothing, Possessive, Submissive, Cooperative.

    The brood of a Barinade which are either recently hatched or not yet maturing.

    These girls are incredibly lustful, grabbing up the first men they see and mating to their heart's content.

    They spend eighteen years maturing within their eggs, and hatch fully prepared to charm and fondle men into orgasm, giving off weak, crackling shocks which will jolt men into stiffnes even when they have orgasmed many times.

    They thoroughly write pleasure into their beloved man, keeping close to him always and hoping to reach the elusive stage of reproduction, mothering many children and spending their days lazily holding their man.

    Though they are most often hatched in water, they are also known to appear under other conditions.

    Should A man ejaculate onto an egg which has not hatched because it is on dry land, they will leap forth from the shell, claiming him eagerly as their own. They will cling tightly to their man, always struggling to move closer to the sea, where they may properly mature. Though they are capable of flight, it is quite straining, so they will often save it for stubborn men who fight to remain landlocked.

    The only other method in which they are "born" is through the grievous injury of a "Bari," which will rapidly bud off into one to three Biri from it's uninjured flesh, and which will then promptly shrivel and die, leaving the Biri alone and terrified, possessing shared memories from the life of the Bari.

    In the presence of a Bari, or a Barinade, their behavior changes drastically, they will begin to donate men to their stronger kin, grooming and pleasuring both her and her harem of overly lustful men, whom she cannot satisfy alone, allowing her to focus on either searching for a suitable Host for their orgy, or on continuing to mate and lay eggs.

    In the case of a Barinade, after a certain population level is reached, some of the Biri will begin to permanently attach to the backs of the Barinade's harem members, constantly groping and shocking to keep them hard and ejaculating, whispering wetly into their ears to make them produce more sperm for "big sis", leeching all the while off their spirits.

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    • I already addressed the whole NTR thing on the Bari page, so I'm just going to give a suggestion for these since you obviously wrote them in conjunction with each other.

      So what you could do is have Married Bari release a pheromone that attracts unmarried Biri, they would serve a similar purpose to the way you described them in here except they would be solely dedicated to the only husband of the Bari until reaching full maturity where they would do the same thing that I suggested on the Bari page. Even after reaching maturity they should respect the original Bari as head wife.

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    • Shadowhunter Alerik wrote: I already addressed the whole NTR thing on the Bari page, so I'm just going to give a suggestion for these since you obviously wrote them in conjunction with each other.

      So what you could do is have Married Bari release a pheromone that attracts unmarried Biri, they would serve a similar purpose to the way you described them in here except they would be solely dedicated to the only husband of the Bari until reaching full maturity where they would do the same thing that I suggested on the Bari page. Even after reaching maturity they should respect the original Bari as head wife.

      Okay, so the idea is more or less like rental, or borrowing, whatever. These monsters are of course based on the jellyfish thingies from the legend of zelda (sorry if that wasn't clear) and since the syrongest one was clearly parasitic, I decided to make a wierd parasitic life cycle, roaming the sea, they seek divine creatures to parisitize, so that they may reproduce unharmed and uncontested.

      This is a big world, and it's not all mamono, some things will eat them. And so their instict for survival controls all else.

      In nature, the kissup loser wins out over the confrontational one. And that was the core of thwir wierd round-robin mating practices. Their concern is survival, followed grudgingly by the pleasure monsters focua on.

      As far as wierd mating practices go. .

      Ahem.


      (devilbug page):

      Even if there's no man in the house, just sniffing the barely lingering scent of a man is enough to put them in a state of lustful frenzy. In the case that they are unable to have sex with a man, they'll either masturbate while going around looking for a man, or go at it among themselves until they become covered in one another's love juices. Even among all the monsters, they have especially little concern for the father-daughter relationship. Once a child has grown to a certain degree, she'll no longer be able to see her father as anything other than a man. When her body gets hot for her father, she'll obey it, and attack without any regard for the fact that it's her own father.

      (Bicorn page):

      They have the same gentle disposition and graceful behavior as other Unicorns, however, their true nature is exceedingly lascivious, and these monsters are regarded as a “symbol of impurity,” celebrating a lustful, and hedonistic existence.

      . . .

      it’s in a Bicorn's nature to prefer a polygamous harem arrangement where their husband has many monsters as wives.

      (Khepri page):

      When a human man enters the ruins, they rush him in a big group and drag him away to the king’s bedroom. A man carried off to the bedroom will end up having sex with each and every member of the group of khepri, one after another, while receiving their passionate hospitality.


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    • I addressed most of this in the other one. there are already other parasitic monster girls and they don't keep multiple husbands. And besides all monster girls already have a built-in strong desire to reproduce with their husband. I'm fairly certain most living things also have a strong-willed survive instinct as well except maybe lemmings and people who text and drive.

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    • Shadowhunter Alerik wrote: I addressed most of this in the other one. there are already other parasitic monster girls and they don't keep multiple husbands. And besides all monster girls already have a built-in strong desire to reproduce with their husband. I'm fairly certain most living things also have a strong-willed survive instinct as well except maybe lemmings and people who text and drive.

      Well, yes, but those are parasitizing individual humans, not massive holy whales, so the scale is a bit off.

      Plus at the adult stage they wind up with a ton of dudes, their actual life cycle is just so long that it seems like a permanent state of affairs, but each one eventually winds up in a mature state.

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    • Yeah them ending up with a ton of dudes is kind of the problem they're supposed to get a husband as in singular. And if their life cycle is so long once they obtain a husband they shouldn't need to go looking for more because they're going to be producing Offspring for a long time and then great numbers anyways. Also a male's lifespan is increased by absorbing de from the monster girl.

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    • Shadowhunter Alerik wrote: Yeah them ending up with a ton of dudes is kind of the problem they're supposed to get a husband as in singular. And if their life cycle is so long once they obtain a husband they shouldn't need to go looking for more because they're going to be producing Offspring for a long time and then great numbers anyways. Also a male's lifespan is increased by absorbing de from the monster girl.

      It's like the human fat problem I.R.L. they adapted for a world where heros slay their kimd and their chances of succeeding in reproduction are scarce, so they take on a crap ton of men, unfortunately, there are fewer heroes in this day and age, and so they overstock, and ejections happen.

      It is their body, so they can consciously eject a guy if they try hard enough, but like french fries, they just want one more. . .

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    • Ignoring the problems we've already discussed there's another one with their behavior. If they're reproducing at such a rate compared to other mamono who have a low fertility rate( without being culled)and there hogging multiple men their numbers would grow so exponentially it would become an environmental disaster. I don't think Poseidon or other sea mamono would respond very well to them.

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    • Luckily, they confine themselves to seas, and even better, I'm pulling a wonderland, we'll say my bokoblins and lynels (made those, too!) And any more exhist in an m.g.e. remixed hyrule, and those besky biri/bari/barinade are similarly confined to the seas of that world.

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